THINK LIKE AN ECONOMIST
Welcome to TSR Economics Society. As usual for a society I will be keeping a members list here in this post by updating it regularly. I invite everyone to post economics related problems here so that our members might be able to help you out.
If anyone knows any link where there are important economics news, e-zines, past papers and markschemes post them here. I will review them and add them to this post.
Follow this link and apply to become a member (you don't have to give a reason, just leave it blank):
1. Economics (3rd Edition) - Alain Anderton
2. Economics (5th Edition) - John Sloman
3. Applied Economics (10th Edition) - Alan Griffiths and Stuart Wall
4. Economics Explained (3rd Edition) - Peter Maunders, Danny Myers, Nancy Wall and Roger LeRoy Miller
Some useful links regarding a level economics (by me ):
2.http://www.revisionguru.co.uk/economics/edexindex.htm (this is a good site for revision, check it out)
For A level altogether:
1.http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t40919.html - Jim Riley has done some good work. Check it out, definitely worth it. Nice going Jim
2. http://www.economics-news.co.uk/ - A good news resource.
In depth Economics:
"The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money" by John Maynard Keynes.
2. http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au...64w/intro.html - The Wealth Of Nations by Adam Smith (a must read for any economics student).
Question Papers and some markschemes (Edexcel):
The following links have been contributed by Apagg
For A level
2. http://www.s-cool.co.uk/topic_index.asp?subject_id=11 (s-cool is a renowned site for revision of almost any subject concerning A level and below)
For understanding economic concepts with real world examples
A level revision guide
1. http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...029041-8051635 - Apagg says that it is a good book for revision with plenty of diagrams, and confirms that he is not getting any commission . You might believe him because the book is pretty cheap, he wont get much .
1.http://www.economist.com/ - Is there any need to describe it?
2.http://www.economist.com/research/Economics/ -An Economics dictionary, and provides definitions for most terms.
The following link has been provided by Multiplex
1.http://www.bized.ac.uk/ - a good resource for economics loving people
The following links have been contributed by Book
1. http://news.ft.com/home/ - Website of Financial Times
2. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/economy/default.stm - Read what BBC has to say about the current world affairs.
The following links have been contributed by JBJB
The following link have been contributed by Ace2Heart
Email : TSREconomicSociety@gmail.com
Alternative download location:
http://paperlinks.501megs.com - Contains links for past papers and markschemes for other subjects mainly.
The following links have been contributed by Austrian Guy
1. http://www.globalissues.org/ - Global issues that have important impacts on the economies around the world
The following links have been contributed by Invicta
1. http://www.hsbcukeconomyexplained.co.uk/ - Summary of recent economics trends
Please show your gratitude to the person who provided you links (if they helped you in your studies). You can give him or her positive rep (click on the scale looking thing on the top right of every post, and select I approve and proceed).
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